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3dsMax Guilty Pleasures

Posted by chrismmurray, 7 November 2011 7:00 pm

 "Dear Chris, great news! you're doing an AU class this year, we need you reach out to development and see how things are going and we're giving you a blog, Kthnxbye - Shawn"

Well, not exactly, but working with Shawn Hendriks can be rapid fire. Wait a minute... that last thing was new.... a blog? on the Area? OK. Roger that! 

And 3 weeks later, here I am. My name is Chris Murray and I will be writing about 3dsMax of course but hopefully so much more. 

I chose the name "MaxNation" because I think one of the things that makes 3dsMax so great is not us-- the great mother ship that is Autodesk, but you-- the great customer, artist and product fan. I hope to use this blog to shine the light on you. I want to hear from you. I want to talk about you. Maybe, just maybe we will squeak in 3dsMax (duh! of course we will!)

The good news is that I have blogged before. Once I joined Autodesk in 2008 I kind of shut it down to focus on my new job as Technical Marketing Specialist. If you want ot see who you'll be reading you can check it out here: 3dguru.wordpress.com/ 

Eventually you will learn about me, But as this is my first blog posting and not only am I a 'Desker but I am also an ardent fan of the software, I thought I would start by sharing you some my guilty pleasures surrounding 3dsMax. I'm posting this video from the Area I created for SIGGRAPH 2011. You actually get to see me and hear me. A fitting introduction I think. Soon I will writing more stories about you-- and your guilty pleasures in 3dsMax. Until then...See you round.

Oh!! Besides this Blog, please feel free to connect with me on twitter @chrismmurray

Now on with the show....

area.autodesk.com/siggraph2011/demos/chrismurray

2 Comments

PicaroMT

Posted 16 December 2011 9:57 am

Welcome Chris. I look forward to reading and seeing more. :-)

chrismmurray

Posted 16 December 2011 11:54 am

Thanks!!

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